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2010 Sacramento Easyriders Bike Show Photo Gallery
Angie and Mike Ballard of Full Throttle Saloon fame mug for a shot with Motorcycle USA's multimedia producer, Eric Novisedlak.
Motorcycle USA was in Sacramento last weekend for the annual
Easyriders Bike Show
where we met the cast of the TruTV show Full Throttle Saloon, talked to the man behind the 'World's Fastest Motorcycle' and scoped out almost 200 custom motorcycles.
It was 'Motorcycle Parking Only' in front of the Sacramento Convention Center for the Easyrider Bike Show.
Demons and skulls were the themes for many high-dollar paint jobs.
Climb inside the cockpit of the 'World's Fastest Motorcycle' - if you dare!
Custom bikes are all about the little details, like this original gas cap.
Old meets new in the form of a carbon fiber-wrapped Triumph cafe racer.
Easy to guess why this guy is smiling so big.
A vintage scrolled sissy bar and tall tailpipes hark back to days gone but not forgotten.
It wouldn't be an Easyriders show without a little eye candy.
Despite the chill in the air, bikers braved the cold to ride to the show.
The stars and stripes were proudly displayed on this vintage helmet hanging on high apes.
Here's a peek inside BUB 7, aka 'The World's Fastest Motorcycle.'
Motorcycle USA's Cruiser Editor Bryan Harley with his main squeeze.
This 2008 Harley Softail sources a 214 cubic-inch V-Quad engine that ran a world record 164.172 mph on the Salt.
The Purrfect Angelz smile for the camera in between stage performances.
Harley polishes up the Honda Fury project bike the day before the show.
The owner of this 1947 Knucklehead put out his collection of old Easyriders on display, too.
Sledzilla has some sick bodywork. It's back end has been converted into a 1951 Cadillac.
The gold flake paint really popped on this chopper.
Almost 200 motorcycles competed in two classes at the 2010 Easyrider Bike Show in Sacramento.
A minimalist design combined with drilled-out components made this an award-winning custom motorcycle.
I see dead people!
The Detroit Bros built this industrial-strength Easyrider bobber.
He may be a future biker, but on this day, balloons were more important.
Motorcycle USA's Eric gets the squeeze from 'Ivanna Spankyou','Mia Big Tease' and Angie, aka the Flaunt girls of the Full Throttle Saloon.
The hard bags on this Harley spread like the wings of a bird while blaring Carlos Santana through 6X9 speakers mounted in the saddlebags.
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